Archive for December, 2006


They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.
Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol
US artist (1928 – 1987)

A night with quiet and no stars. A loud noise that woke up many a neighbourhood and scared many a family. A wide expanse of darkness, lit up by a strange light, followed by the destruction of electrical devices and the changing of the world.

These are our stories, the tales of a new generation.

Program 11: The Falling of the Snow [ORIGIN IN WATER]

Everywhere the fires are alight, chimneys smoke, snow is a-whirl, making a blanket of chilly diamond dust, the smell of bakes and roasts drift to every corner of the street as well as the sounds of laughter and good cheer. Continue reading

Program 10: Groupthink Neural [SUBJECTIVE ARISING]

The city was absolutely bustling with activity, spinning ’round, the towers stands with pride and joy like the people, each one a ruler. Nobody noticed the scientist and his friend as they walked with something resembling the image of man. Continue reading

Program 9: Machine Interface [HUMANE RESONATION]

“By looking at the way you’re gazing inward, I knew she would eventually talk to Virgil and form a friendship with him. Virgil is back inside The Maro right now, doing some silent thought time.” Continue reading

Program 8: Epic Interface Moment [ROMAN DREAM POETRY]


“So, how does it feel for one such as yourself to have a name?” Virgil was presented through a holographic projector as a man with brown hair like the mane of a great beast with brown eyes and fair skin, wearing a white suit with a black tie. Continue reading